War-Murtiyeedkii Shir-Yarihii Qaramada Midoobay Ee Somalia (Communiqué on Secretary-General’s Mini-Summit on Somalia)
Top News – War-murtiyeedkii laga soo saaray shir-yarihii Xoghayaha Guud ee Qaramada Midoobay Ban Ki-Moon uu ku qabtay xaruunta QM ee New York 26 kii September, loogana hadlay arrimaha Soomaaliya, waxaana ka qayb galay dawlado badan oo ay kamid yihiin 5 ta joogtada ah ee Golaha Amaanka, UN ka, Hay’ado iyo Ururo caalami ah iyo kuwa gobolka, waxaa shirkaa Somaaliya uga wakiil ahaa oo ka qayb qaatay PM Dr. Cabdiwali Maxamed Caligaas, sidoo kale Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Dr. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud ayaa shirkaa kaga qayb galay khadka maqal iyo muuqaalka ah ee teleconference -ga ah.
Maxaase kasoo baxay? kalmado aanan caalamka ku arag kuna maqal muddo labaatan sano ah!!!!!
“We reaffirmed our respect for the sovereignty, territorial integrity, political independence and unity of Somalia and pledged our support to a peaceful, democratic, stable and prosperous Somalia. We recognized that Somalia had entered a new political era and committed to forge a new partnership for peace-building and state-building, which should be based on principles of national ownership, mutual accountability and transparency.”
UNITED NATIONS, New York – Statement by US Secretary of State H. R. Clinton at the mini -summit on Somalia, 26 Sept. 2012
UN SG’s Mini-Summit on Somalia in New York, President of Somalia attended by Video Teleconference from Mogadishu
‘No time to lose’ to advance peace and democracy in Somalia – Ban
UNITED NATIONS, 26 September 2012 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today praised Somalia for the progress in its democratic transition and called on the international community to continue supporting the East African nation, stressing that “there is no time to lose” as the country is still facing serious humanitarian and security challenges. Read more…
New York – Somali PM Iyo Ban Ki-Moon Oo Shir Gudoomiyay Kulankii Gaarka Ahaa Ee Looga Hadlay Somalia
Laaska News Sept. 28, 2012
New York – Ra’iisul Wasaaraha Soomaaliya Dr. Cabdiweli Maxamed Cali iyo Xooghaya Guud ee QM Baan Ki-Moon ayaa shir gudoominayey kulankii gaarka ahaa ee looga hadlayey Arimaha Soomaaliya waxaana shirkaas ka soo qayb galay Madaxweynaha Masar, Madaxweynaha Kenya, Ra’iisul wasaaraha Talyaaniga, Ra’iisul wasaaraha Ethiopia, Xoghayaha Arimaha dibada ee Maraykanka, Wasiirka Arimaha Dibabada ee Turkiga, Maxaweyne ku xigeenka Ugandha,Xoghayaha Arimaha Siyaasada ee Midowga Yurub iyo Madax kale oo faro badan,waxaana kulankaas dhanka Stellate oo Muuqaal ah uga qayb galay madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Prof. Xasan Sheekh Maxamuud. Read more…
Laaska News August 18, 2012
Former Algerian Foreign Secretary Lakhdar Brahimi will replace Kofi Annan as the United Nations-Arab League envoy to Syria, a UN spokesman confirmed.
Brahimi, the long-serving United Nations diplomat and advisor, officially accepted the position and will head continued international efforts to bring about a diplomatic solution to the Syrian crisis, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s deputy spokesman Eduardo del Buey said. Read more…
Shirkii Istanbul 2 Ee Soomaaliya ,Qodobabada Warmurtiyeedka
Declaration of the Stanbul II Conference On Somalia
On World Environment Day, UN officials highlight need to ensure sustainability of resources – UN News
UNITED NATIONS, 5 June 2012 –Marking World Environment Day, United Nations officials today highlighted the need for a change in thinking and approach to ensure the sustainability of the Earth’s resources as the world population grows. Read more…
31 May 2012 –The top United Nations official for Somalia today called for greater investment in the Horn of Africa nation, as international partners gathered to renew their commitment to the country’s recovery and development and to support the ongoing political transition. Read more…
Laaska News Apr.30, 2012
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has arrived in Myanmar. Ban Ki-moon was welcomed by Myanmar’s Foreign Minister Wunna Maung Lwin in the capital Naypyidaw on Sunday. Read more…
Laaska News Apr. 16, 2012
At the United Nation’s Security Council, the United States– which holds a rotating chair this month– seeks to adopt a president’s statement condemning North Korea’s missile launch last week. Read more…